The sitcom Rutherford Falls Peacock, NBC Universal’s streaming site, renewed the series for a second season. The series was co-created and produced by Office Ed Helms, Sierra Teller Ornelas, Mike Schur and Mike Schur. Mike Schur is perhaps best-known for creating The Good Place Co-creating as well as collaborating Parks and Recreation And Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Rutherford Falls stars Helms Jana Schmieding, his long-time friend, Reagan. Their relationship is tested by Nathan’s campaign to preserve a statue honoring his ancestor, despite the dangers of the statue’s location on the roadside and the colonial history it represents.
The 10-episode series was first released in full in April. Now, Peacock has confirmed that Rutherford Falls will make a return for a second season. Lisa Katz, president of scripted programming for NBC Universal Television and Streaming said that the network was “excited” about developing season 2. She stated that the series is “a breakthrough moment for Native representation both in front and behind the camera” as well as “embodies what modern, original and inclusive storytelling viewers are looking for.”
As one of Peacock’s original flagship series, It is no surprise that NBC Universal is so excited to champion this cause Rutherford Falls This was a significant moment in Native representation in comedy. This sitcom, which follows in the footsteps of Schur’s winning streak of critically acclaimed comedy with a cult following, has received positive reviews. Fans will be thrilled to hear there are more Rutherford Falls On the horizon, as the genre sitcom shifts more into streaming.